World News | John Markoff, The New York Times | Sunday August 2, 2015
A series of ultra-high-speed fiber-optic cables will weave a cluster of West Coast university laboratories and supercomputer centers into a network called the Pacific Research Platform as part of a five-year, $5 million grant from the National Science Foundation.
World News | Anne Barnard, The New York Times | Sunday August 2, 2015
In the Iraqi summer, when the temperature rises above 120 degrees Fahrenheit, electricity becomes even more of a political issue than usual. Last week, at the top of Iraqis' agenda, it has even eclipsed war with the Islamic State.
World News | Matt Apuzzo, The New York Times | Sunday August 2, 2015
The shooting looked bad. But that is when the professor is at his best. A black motorist, pulled to the side of the road for a turn-signal violation, had stuffed his hand into his pocket. The white officer yelled for him to take it out. When the driver started to comply, the officer shot him dead.
World News | Agence France-Presse | Sunday August 2, 2015
Vice President Joe Biden is actively exploring a possible presidential run, a move which would jolt the Democratic field and its frontrunner Hillary Clinton, The New York Times reported Saturday.
AgenceFrance-Presse | Sunday August 2, 2015
Frank Lampard made his first appearance for New York City FC against Montreal Impact, who won 3-2 in an away Major League Soccer contest.
Associated Press | Saturday August 1, 2015
The comptroller's office said Ilion's experience should warn others of the growing threat, which can infiltrate computers and make them inaccessible.
World News | Press Trust of India | Saturday August 1, 2015
Language used by mothers to talk to their babies can help their children to learn to empathise with others, a new study has found.
Delhi News | Reported by Sandeep Phukan; Edited by Amit Chaturvedi | Friday July 31, 2015
Just as a large cargo plane was about to land at the Delhi airport, the left flap of the Boeing 747-500 fell to the ground.
James B. Stewart, The New York Times | Friday July 31, 2015
Microsoft wrote off $7.5 billion on Nokia's phone unit, which it bought a little over a year ago for what it said was $9.5 billion.
India News | Max Bearak, The New York Times | Friday July 31, 2015
On Wednesday, thousands upon thousands joined Jaan on the red sand, many of them having travelled since APJ Abdul Kalam died Monday.
World News | Paul Krugman, The New York Times | Friday July 31, 2015
Politicians who preside over economic booms often develop delusions of competence. You can see this domestically: Jeb Bush imagines that he knows the secrets of economic growth because he happened to be governor when Florida was experiencing a giant housing bubble, and he had the good luck to leave office just before it burst. We've seen it in many...
World News | Joseph Goldstein and Taimoor Shah, The New York Times | Friday July 31, 2015
With word of Mullah Mohammad Omar's death now getting out, most likely two years after the event, the world is catching up with a Taliban leadership crisis already in progress.
World News | Nicola Clark and William J. Broad, The New York Times | Friday July 31, 2015
Though the piece of airplane debris found on a remote Indian Ocean beach may yield the first tangible proof that a Malaysian jetliner that vanished almost 17 months ago crashed into the sea, experts said it may not be much help in solving the vexing mystery of where to find the plane's wreckage.
World News | Agence France-Presse | Friday July 31, 2015
Super tall, super skinny and super expensive: a new generation of New York skyscrapers, some taller than the Empire State building, are altering the world's most famous skyline.
Ashley Parker, The New York Times | Thursday July 30, 2015
Facebook, already a major player in past cycles, has been working to expand its digital dominance in the political realm.
World News | Agence France-Presse | Thursday July 30, 2015
Former fraternity members and graduates from the University of Virginia have sued Rolling Stone magazine over a gang rape story that sparked outrage and eventually had to be retracted, the New York Times reported.
Dave Bry, guardian.co.uk | Thursday July 30, 2015
How can something that should be so wrong be so right? A restaurant on the Lower East Side of New York has invented the perfect late-night food-on-the-go.
India News | David Barstow, The New York Times | Thursday July 30, 2015
Yakub Memon, the "driving spirit" behind a series of bombings in Mumbai that killed 257 people in 1993, was hanged early Thursday morning at a prison in central India.
India News | Nida Najar, The New York Times | Thursday July 30, 2015
Since Satnam Singh Bhamara became the first Indian-born player drafted by an NBA team, Ballo Ke has celebrated the milestone as its own.
World News | Rick Gladstone, The New York Times | Thursday July 30, 2015
India's population was expected to surpass China's by 2022, not 2028 as it had previously forecast.
World News | Christina Capecchi and Katie Rogers, The New York Times | Thursday July 30, 2015
Two signs posted on the door of a nondescript dental office here asked passers-by to mourn the death of Cecil, a lion who was lured off his sanctuary and killed during a game hunt this month in Zimbabwe.
NidaNajar, The New York Times | Thursday July 30, 2015
Since Satnam Singh Bhamara became the first Indian-born player drafted by an N.B.A. team, Ballo Ke has celebrated the milestone as its own.
World News | Aurelien Breeden, Nicola Clark and Christopher Drew, The New York Times | Thursday July 30, 2015
American investigators have concluded that a large object that washed up Wednesday on the shore of Reunion, a French island in the Indian Ocean, came from a Boeing 777, making it likely that it was debris from Flight 370, the Malaysia Airlines jetliner that disappeared in March 2014
World News | Katie Rogers, The New York Times | Thursday July 30, 2015
An American dentist who admitted that he killed a well-known lion this month in Zimbabwe and planned to mount the head has closed his practice near Minneapolis as the furor online has turned vitriolic and, at times, threatening.